(Closed) Inexpensive Good Shampoo ?

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

LOreal all the way

Post # 48
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

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@Atalanta:  Heehee! Even better if you add red food coloring. . . LOL!

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Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

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@Creiddylad:  totally tried the baking soda vinegar thing today.  I jused reg white vinegar casue that’s what I had and the internet said it was ok, and it worked great.  Actually have some volume in my hair which I normally don’t have if I don’t blow dry and I don’t want to blow dry since it is thinning. So yeah I was quite impressed.  One thing remains: is baking soda and vinegar actually less harmful and or better for your hair than reg shampoo? Undecided

 

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

anything by john freida, love root awaking

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

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@Atalanta:  I’ve found after a few months of using the baking soda and vinegar thing that my hair is nicer than it was with the shampoos I had been using. I’ve also found that my head itches a lot less and my hair is less greasy– so I think it is better. The only thing is, my ends get dry, but I have quite long hair, so those ends have been out in the world getting abraded for a few years! I just occasionally do a coconut oil treatment on my hair, or use conditioner on the ends, and that fixes any roughness.

 

Baking soda and vinegar certainly is less harmful than some of the weird stuff in shampoos, plus you don’t get a build-up of silicone or wax like you do from most of the shampoos out there.

 

Good for you for trying! 🙂

 

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

I just started using:

And I love it!

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Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

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@LoverFace2000:  I ordered some samples from Chagrin Valley and I really like them!  Don’t think I’ll ever be using conventionl shampoos again.  With them and baking/soda and vinegar, I’m good.

yey for this thread

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2013 - An amazing non-profit retreat

Aveeno is amazing. Even my fiance swears by it now 🙂

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

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@Atalanta:  Woo! I haven’t actually tried the Chagrin Valley ones but I am going to ask for some for Christmas next year for sure, their scents sound amazing!

 

 

I made my first batch of shampoo bars from scratch and I love using them – they’re coconut, oilive and castor oil with peppermint and tea tree essential oils for scent. 

 

On a non-hair-related note, did you know that you can use your shampoo bars as face wash too? (they’re really moisturising so it’s really good for your skin) Also you can use baking soda to wash your face (google it!)

 

 

 

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